The social enterprise model offers a number of advantages for the delivery of health and care services. Social enterprises are uniquely placed to involve both patients and staff in designing and delivering services, improving quality, and tailoring services to meet service users' needs.

The Coalition Government extended the ability to set up a mutual or social enterprise to all public sector workers. Gearing up to benefit from this opportunity often presents providers with some real challenges. We have been working with aspiring providers for many years to help them with:

  • Establishing new corporate structures or joint ventures
  • Bidding for complex contracts and service transfers
  • Dealing with transfers of staff under TUPE and new pension arrangements
  • Putting in place new funding arrangements

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